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Allowing architecture and engineering to equally participate in the outcome of a buildings function and aesthetics is something worth reading about! Many projects today have these two disciplines separated, but when they merge a project has the potential of developing into something really spectacular. Zaha Hadid, a world-renowned architect, designed this high-rise in Miami so that the structure creates the aesthetics.
See how one of our own designers, Anthony Allegrone, explores this realm of architecture and engineering in his own thesis development by clicking read more below.
Restoration of the front façade of the historic Athenaeum in Pittsfield’s Park Square has officially started. The east gable wall stones have been carefully labeled, mapped, and documented prior to demolition.
Work on the MCLA Facilities Building is progressing nicely. The building, a single story, 11,000 square foot pre-engineered metal stucture, will be the new home to MCLA’s maintenance department.
In order to work through the cold winter months, Allegrone Construction has built a weather shield around the afternoon garden at Naumkeag. This enclosure allows the restoration and rehabilitation work to continue, and keeps things from freezing up.
As she walked into the old, but new again building on First Street between Fenn and Federal, Holly Stover-Howard had much to say about what she remembered about the old Howard building and marveled at the new and restored one. She told the stories of her childhood – running down the hallways and up the old staircases, counting inventory of nails and screws from the first floor to the third, she brought us back to another time and place.